Do You Want To Dance Singer Bette Midler Has Put Her Fifth Avenue Penthouse Apartment On Sale For $50 million!!!
The 73-year-old singer, actress, and producer Midler is all set to say goodbye to her home after 23 years. She along with husband Martin von Haselberg and daugther have been living at the apartment since 1996.
“It’s time for another family to enjoy it", stated Midler.
The house is spread in 7,000 square feet and an additional 3,000 square feet of outdoor space with the breathtaking view of the Central Park reservoir and is considered among the best of its kind in New York City.
After spending two decades of their life, actress Midler is finally moving on from her home. She revealed that as her daughter Sophie von Haselberg no longer lives with them, she wants an intimate place to live her husband artist Martin von Haselberg.
The house is spread in 7,000 square feet and an additional 3,000 square feet of outdoor space with the breathtaking views of the Central Park reservoir and is considered among the best of its kind in New York City.
The home is listed for $50 million as per the listing broker John Burger of Brown Harris Stevens with around $25,515 in monthly maintenance.
It's time for another family to enjoy it,' Midler told The New York Times, adding that she 'consider ourselves die-hard New Yorkers' and plan to downsize into another Manhattan home.
Taking about the house, From a Distance, singer said: "The ceilings were lower. The corridors narrower, and many of the rooms were much smaller', it's like a country house in the city."
Her soon-to-be-former penthouse has five bedrooms and six and a half baths, plus a home gym. It was renovated by Frederick Fisher and Partners and occupies the building’s 15, 16th, and 17th floors.
The lowest level of the building includes five bedrooms (master suite with a stunning dressing room and en-suite bathroom). In the middle, there is an eat-in kitchen and dining room and along with that a large living room and not to forget Central Park views.
Similarly, the uppermost floor is devoted to a terrace with a lovely library nook with built-in bookshelves. In addition, as per the source, "the house has enviable perk: A postcard-worthy view of the Central Park reservoir, which is direct across Fifth Avenue from the building. There’s a wraparound terrace on the 16th floor, and an expansive one on the 17th floor—perfect for taking in those views."